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Digital Media Academy: A Dream Camp for Techie Kids
A few weeks ago, I caught my son trying to sign up for college. Mind you, he hasn’t even finished the 4th grade! When I asked him what he was doing, he said he was looking for a great computer programming course. He wants to be a video game designer and, all by himself, he found a college that had a degree program that he needed. I told him he has to wait until he graduates high school to go to college.
While my son can’t go off to a university to get started on his dream job quite yet, he CAN go to summer camp! I’m seriously looking into Digital Media Academy for him. Kids and teens learn computer programming, app development, 3D modeling, robotics, graphic design, filmmaking, and much more. DMA summer camps are one or multiple week experiences taught by industry experts and tech professionals. Check out the video to learn more!
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Campers get hands-on experience creating projects using the latest hardware and software from Apple, Canon, Adobe, and more.
Give your teen a pre-collegiate experience or build a child’s confidence through project-based learning. With 25 locations at top universities throughout the U.S. and Canada, it’s easy to find a location close to you!
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What would your techie kid love to learn at Digital Media Academy? Tell me in the comments!
This is just awesome! I wish my parents had known about stuff like this when I was in jr high and high school! I would have been so stoked to go to a summer camp like this! Thanks for sharing! Giving my great ideas for my boys!